Emily Feher
Emily Feher

Player Profile

Santa Ana, Calif.

High School:



Graduates from UCLA as a three-time ACWPC first-team All-American (2005-07); was also named an ACWPC third-team All-American in 2004 as a freshman...her 713 career saves ranks second on the school's all-time list (behind Nicolle Payne, 746)...total of 205 saves in 2005 ranks third on the individual single-season saves list...led UCLA to NCAA Championships in 2005, 2006 and 2007...becomes the only goalkeeper in UCLA women's water polo history to have helped win three NCAA Championships.

Started 25 games at goalkeeper...earned ACWPC first-team All-America honors...gained second-team All-MPSF honors...made 163 saves and recorded a 5.51 goals against average...allowed 124 goals in 90 quarters and one overtime session (726 minutes)...tallied a season-high 11 saves against California (Feb. 25)...also posted 10 saves against USC (April 7)...collected 20 saves in three postseason games, including nine stops against Stanford in the NCAA Championship match (May 13)...gained MPSF All-Academic Team accolades...contributed 14 assists and eight steals.

Started 30 games at goalkeeper...earned ACWPC first-team All-America honors...captured first-team NCAA All-Tournament accolades at goalkeeper...named an All-MPSF honorable mention and MPSF All-Academic Scholar...posted 176 saves and allowed 113 goals in 105 quarters and one overtime session (741 minutes)...registered a 4.27 goals against average...made four saves in the NCAA Championship match against USC (May 14)...led the Bruins' defense to the best goals against average mark in the nation...totaled 30 assists and 20 steals.

Started 29 games at goalkeeper...earned ACWPC first-team All-America honors...gained first-team All-MPSF honors...named MPSF Goalkeeper of the Year...captured second-team NCAA All-Tournament and first-team All-MPSF Tournament accolades...made 205 saves and allowed 114 goals in 110 quarters and one overtime session (776 minutes)...total of 205 saves ranks third most on the UCLA single-season list...recorded a 4.11 goals against average...named an ESPN The Magazine third-team Academic All-American with a 3.72 GPA...earned AWPCA All-Academic Team honors as an "outstanding" selection...also gained MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete honors...posted a season-high 13 saves against USC (Feb. 27)...scored her first career goal on a lob against Cal State Northridge (March 9)...added 24 assists and 15 steals.

Started 23 games at goalkeeper as a freshman...earned ACWPC third-team All-America accolades...captured second-team All-MPSF honors...totaled 169 saves and allowed 105 goals in 90 quarters (630 minutes)...recorded a 4.66 goals against average...named the MPSF Player of the Week on April 12.

High School
Lettered in water polo at Corona Del Mar High School under head coach Aaron Chaney...helped lead Corona Del Mar to the CIF Division II Championship in 2003, 2004 and 2005...earned 2004 CIF Division II Player of the Year accolades...gained 2005 CIF Division II Co-Player of the Year honors...named the 2004-05 Pacific Coast League MVP...captured 2004 All-County team accolades.

Full name: Emily Jane Feher...born March 29, 1985 in Orange, Calif...one of Peter and Sheila Feher's four children...has one brother, Peter, and two sisters, Christine and Susan...psychology major.

Emily Feher's Career Statistics
2004 23/23 90 169 105 4.66 630:00
2005 29/29 110 205 114 4.11 776:00
2006 30/30 105 176 113 4.27 741:00
2007 25/25 90 163 124 5.51 726:00
Totals 107/107 395 713 456 4.61 2873:00